Cabinet, on 7 March, will consider whether recommendations that will change the way library services, children’s centres, nurseries and youth centres are provided, will be implemented.
Young Firefighter, Mark Farr, is the latest person to receive a Good Citizen Award from Coventry’s Lord Mayor.
79 year old Dave Thomas is quite possibly the oldest person to be signed up to this year’s Coventry Half Marathon.
Coventry Godiva Festival has confirmed that the legendary rock band The Stranglers will take Friday night’s headline slot for this year’s festival.
A major road in Coventry has been renamed Jimmy Hill Way in honour of the man who led the Sky Blues to glory and changed football forever.
Families in Coventry are invited to ‘Be Food Smart’ on Monday 20 February when Public Health England’s (PHE) Change4Life roadshow comes to the Morrison’s at Alvis Retail Park from 10.30am to 5.30pm.
The Farmers’ Market takes place in Broadgate this Friday and is always popular with shoppers and visitors to the city centre that are hoping to experience the very best fresh local produce available.
The Council is set to announce its budget for the next three years in order to tackle government funding cuts of £25m by 2019/20.
Media Workshop Face to Face Portraits Through Time Wednesday 8 March 4.00−5.30pm £20, funded places available for Artsmark schools
Friday 31 March 2017 Two performances: KS1 10am, KS2 1pm Albany Theatre, Coventry
Coventry Godiva Festival has confirmed that British rock band, The Darkness, will be taking its Sunday headline slot on 9 July.
Further severe cold weather is predicted towards the end of this week in Coventry and Warwickshire, with further periods likely to occur during the course of February.
Students have the chance to enter a competition to win their school £500 and have their piece of art in an exhibition in Coventry city centre. They could even meet the Lord Mayor and be in the news!
All of the five main candidates will appear at four Public Debates across the West Midlands in the lead up to the election of the first regional mayor on 4 May 2017.
Growing firms across Coventry and Warwickshire are being urged to access six new support programmes delivered under some of the final EU business funding for the region.
The new Coffee Shop at Coventry Myton Hospice was officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Lindsley Harvard, on Tuesday 7th February.
Katie Keil, Coventry City Council Adult Education Service’s British Sign Language tutor has won a national award for her work with students.
Health and Safety Standards in Schools document outlines the minimum standards to enable everyone to undertake their roles and responsibilities and fulfil their potential free from work related injury
Councillor John Blundell will become Coventry City Council’s next Deputy Lord Mayor for 2017-18 and will become Lord Mayor the following year 2018-19.
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Coventry City Council has confirmed that the UK’s biggest free family music festival will go ahead this year at the War Memorial Park on 7-9 July.
Coventry held two poignant and thought-provoking events with the Lidice Place Rededication Ceremony in Lidice Place and the Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 event on Friday (27 January).
Coventry libraries are looking forward to celebrating Harry Potter Book Night on Thursday 2 February.
We would love to support the children at your school and encourage them to be members of their local library. It’s free to come along and join the library.
People in Coventry are being encouraged to take steps to keep themselves warm and well as winter weather conditions continue to make life difficult for the most vulnerable.
A leading Councillor is reassuring residents the Council will make sure decisions on the future of health provision in Coventry are fully scrutinised.
Coventry City Council has today officially approved the appointment of the company that will create the City Centre South development and transform the heart of Coventry.
This Friday (27 January), Coventry is joining communities across the UK to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2017.
Coventry City Council have made the consultation for family health and lifestyles services live to the public.
Councillors are to discuss plans to create two new multi-storey car parks in the city centre.